Good Life Publications’ 2014 WNC Craft Beer Guide

Press Release

Good Life Publications

ASHEVILLE, NC –January 21, 2014 –The latest release of the WNC Craft Beer Guide hits the shelves around Western North Carolina. Click here to view online version:

The WNC Craft Beer Guide is the “go to” guide for locals and tourists looking to visit the breweries in Asheville and the surrounding areas. It includes 37 Western North Carolina brewers with maps to their location, as well as pubs that carry local beer, beer tours and beer retailers. The guide is a well-established informative resource for those seeking to get a “taste” of Beer City.

60,000 guidebooks are distributed annually and are available for free at area chambers, hotels, retailers, restaurants and pubs in Asheville, Hendersonville, Black Mountain, Waynesville and Bryson City. Another several thousand view the online version at The guide is printed twice a year to keep up with the ever changing market.

“The demand for our guidebooks shows the strength of the industry and confirms that tourists are coming here to try our beers,” says Jami Daniels, the Publisher of the Craft Beer Guide. “We are thrilled to be the most comprehensive printed resource for visiting beer lovers and are glad we can help the hotels and such tell people where to go in an unbiased and informative manner.“

About Good Life Publications:
Good Life Publications is a series of free publications on the Good Things in Life in Western North Carolina. Good Life Publications is a division of The Daniels Group ( For more information on distribution or advertising, please contact Jami Daniels at 828-277-8250 or at More information can also be found on the website at


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